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with a slight lead, calling the two tied. the obama camp is streaming the entire convention, gavel to gavel online. >>> governor martin o'malley is expanding remarks he made about the state of the country over the weekend. o'malley told face the nation that people are not better off than they were four years ago. but this morning the governor said we are better off as a country because we're creating jobs rather than losing. o'malley will speak at the democratic national convention. >>> well, for many women, labor day is the day they spent in labor giving birth to their children. it's aimed at improving a turn nal healthcare. locally members of improving birth choices gathered at the columbia mall this morning to speak out on the need for women to seek as much information on birthing options before they make choices. >> we have a voice. if you're going to choose cesarean, make sure what the real outcome is. ask for evidence-based information. >> things like convenient cesareans and when someone offers you that option and doesn't explain all the risks, it's easy to make that choice. >> the g
, president obama and the first lady observed a month of silence on the south lawn. the obamas later layed a white ploarl wroaght and visited wounded soldiers at walter reed center. >> the best threng you can say about art modell is he made us forget our time without football. art modell may have been the only man to pull this off. >> owners and executives all gathered in park heights to bid farewell to one of pro football's visionaries. ravens players like joe flacco, ray rice and others, art modell changed the game and the men who played it. >> there is no jim brown. there is no baltimore ravens if there's no modell. the question he leaves today, if you did nothing else in life, what will you fight for? what legacy will you leave. >> reporter: modell helped the league break new ground, unionize and moving the two leagues into one and it would push the game's later to new heights. >> it's appropriate that last night, here in baltimore, the ravens hosted monday night football, one of the great success stories in televisn history. part and pete roselle created monday night football. >> repo
obama is moving america forward not back. >> the governor also said it's an opportunity to brag about maryland saying we are home to the number one public school system in america. in four years o'malley may be speaking as a candidate. it's been widely speculated he could run in 2016. >>> the next five days will be fun. first the yankees. cal gets his statue tomorrow and then the ravens open monday night. jamie? >> how will i make this through the next five days. ray lewis will come ot of that tunnel for his 17th season. for the first time in recent memory the ravens are sharing the spotlight with the orioles. i want you to listen to arthur johns who talks about oral closer jim johnson. >> we're from the same hold time. we have the same friends, same teachers in high school. it's cool. it's imponing to be our -- going to be our game monday night. >> listen to this. torrey smith tweeted to adam jones saying he was planning on coming to the game. adam said come on out. the ravens play the bengals monday night to open up the season. >> like you said, the ravens aren't the only hot sports
: president obama has deployed troops equipped for combat, lib why and yemen to defend u.s. citizens and property. the anti-american activity it is feared it will worsen across the m. me after days of protest and violence. the police in riot gear launched tear gas to a sea of protestors in cairo. many here say the movie is denigrating the prophet muhammad. ahead of friday's clashes, the president spoke for more than seven minutes on state tv trying to calm tensions. >>> now for some local perspective on the protest in the maine and the movie that sparked the deadly violence, tune in to square off this sunday. the show hosted is dive ing into the latest events overseas. square off airs here on abc 2 at 11:00 a.m. sunday. >>> and the chicago teachers' strike appears to be headed to a resolution after nearly a week. the negotiators returned with a framework in place that could end the strike. both sides are not calling the deal a final contract, but they say the negotiations were productive. >> it was a really, really long night. we believe, i think, that it was beneficial. i think we m
: foreign service officers around the world are on high alert. president obama ordered increased security due to concerns that the rest could spread. >> every day all across the world, american diplomats and civilians work tirelessly to advance the interest and values of our nation. >> reporter: the president showed his appreciation. u.s. officials feared the protest may have been triggered by this antimuslim low budget film. it was produced in the u.s. there is absolutely no justification to this type of sense lings violence -- none. >> reporter: the president said the libya attack was carried out by a rogue group of militants and it will not damage the relationship with the libyan government, which is vowed as cooperation. >> thank you. about 90 minutes ago the associated press said youtube blocked that video. >>> hundreds of police officers from around the region packed a joppa town church to say gob to corporal charles licato. corral licato died when his cruiser went off the road. he is being remembered today by friends, family and colleagues as a fearless officer who was relentless i
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